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Since I've got the motor out of the V2K. Whats the pros and cons of pulling all the california evap system. Can it be converted easily with out issues?
 

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Are you doing it just for looks, because you wont gain any performance?
 

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You will have to replace the solenoid with a resistor of the same value to trick the ecm, otherwise you'll get the red 'FI' light on the speedo.
 

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You will have to replace the solenoid with a resistor of the same value to trick the ecm, otherwise you'll get the red 'FI' light on the speedo.
22 ohm, 5 watt should do.
 

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No, that's the coil cover. The evap solenoid and hoses is on top of the motor on the right side.
 

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stripping yor motor is good moto citizenship

Being a graduate of the School of Hard knocks.....leave well enough alone
fd,, that mite suggest the lack of grad'iation.. but each to their own.

de'EPAing any motor or un'FEDing any subject matter is an exersize in exemplary good citizenship and sound thinking..
many moto'citizens obtain their sleds for the sole purpose of expressing themselves (freedom) thru their art an skills. its just plain moto-phun. then of course the side benefit of wrench therapy for the deeply disturbed helps to keep peace on the street.. at least while yor wrenching.
not to diminish those that jus ride em and put em up. dirty. ther be some even pay another to keep em running.. sheesh, watt a plastic world this has become.

pix. strip the garbage off the heads. that white 2 wire connector that fed the air selenoid valve, put 22ohm resistor accross its terminals. bingo done finato!
while your in there with your knife, cut loose any/all items that serve no beneficial purpose other than as mandated from above. ie boot on yor neck, poncho

ps. rid that crankcase vent line from blowing oil vapors into yor airbox and route it back out to the ground from where it came. earth to earth
 

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